Auditions for our next production, “Allo, Allo” will take place on Tuesday 26th and Thursday 28th February at 8pm in the Jubilee Hall. If you would like to be considered but can’t make either of these dates then please get in touch with us.
Please also get in touch if you would like to help out in any way.
Tickets are now on sale for “Who Killed The Secret Agent”. Book online or tickets are now available from Blankson’s , 2, Hartley Mews, High Street, Hartley Wintney (opposite The Lamb).
Ah, Moult-Lightly, I’ve been expecting you!’… A 1960’s themed Bond-spoof-murder-mystery that’s guaranteed to leave you both shaken and stirred!
‘Who Killed the Secret Agent?’ contains all the ingredients of James Bond’s early film outings… the glamour, the gadgets and the gaffes. It takes place in 1961 inside the HQ of the British secret service in London. With the Space Race hotting up, both America and Britain are preparing to send their top agents over to Moscow in a bid to infiltrate the Russian’s cosmonaut programme. Enter the darling of the British secret service, Marcus Moult-Lightly! Agent Double O-M-G is daring, charismatic and handsome, yet completely lacking in all tact and modesty. His previous mission has been a shambles and past mistakes hover over him like a ‘Spectre’.
This will be our February play and has now been cast. If you would like to help out in any way please get in touch. firstname.lastname@example.org
Read through’/ auditions for our February Murder Mystery play “Panto Can Be Murder” will take place on Weds 12th & 19th September.
8.30 Edward Hall, Victoria Halls,
This murder mystery farce is going to be a lot of fun, so please come and join in.
Tickets for Daisy Pulls it Off are £16 (which includes a fish & chips meal) and they can be purchased from www.ticketsource.co.uk/hag
Tickets are now on sale for a Summer Music Extravaganza in aid of Frimley Park Hospital Stroke Appeal (just £10). A brilliant and packed evening’s musical entertainment is in store. Swing your pants and do good at the same time! www.ticketsource.co.uk/hag
This year Hartley Arts Group (HAG) is making 3 simple changes to the membership process to allow EVERYONE to join in the fun.
- We are making membership accessible to EVERYONE by introducing Associate Membership with no up front membership fees.
- We are encouraging EVERYONE that participates in any HAG activity to become a member. So, if you attend HAG Rocks!, HAG Young Stars or HAG (including any support activity such as front of house, costume making or set building etc), then we invite you to join as either a Full Member or an Associate Member.
- We have introduced online sign-up which is very quick and easy. Just click on the link below to join NOW:
EVERYONE’S MEMBERSHIP MATTERS
Being a member of HAG has many benefits:
- It keeps you up to date with all HAG activities (HAG Rocks, HAG Young Stars and HAG).
- Your own member’s login allows you to keep your membership and personal information up to date and to contact other members.
- The Welcome Pack you receive will give you an overview of all the activities that take place (there are lots of them!).
- It allows HAG to better protect everyone engaged in HAG activities.
- It allows HAG to keep your personal data safe and secure.
Join in the fun for free – CLICK HERE NOW
First rehearsal for our next production, STEEL MAGNOLIAS, began with a round-table read through of the script. The cast assembled for this production are (clockwise from top left): Annelle (Julie MacDonald), Claire (Margot Konitzer), Truvy (Helen Lewis), Ouiser (Gill Richardson), Shelby (Cat Brazier) and (not shown) M’Lynn (Jo Long). Tickets are available now: www.ticketsource.co.uk/hag
In May we proudly present the comedy-drama by Robert Harling, STEEL MAGNOLIAS.
STEEL MAGNOLIAS is a very funny, often touching and ultimately heart-breaking story about six women who assemble on a weekly basis to primp themselves up, dine on the latest gossip and talk about the men in their lives.
Truvy, a feisty, electric personality owns a beauty shop in Louisiana. It’s from here that the daily comedies and tragedies of her clients is played out. Shelby is a diabetic and getting married to a rich southern hunk of a lawyer. Her mother M’Lynn is bossy, but caring. M’Lynn’s friends include a cast of colourful and dynamic southern women of a multitude of ages and views. Through the views of these different women we see love, apathy, pain, loss, secrecy and a desperate attempt at living a life of happiness. Dreams built and burnt, the power of hope, the love between a mother and her child and the bond that can be so unbreakable between true friends. Their strengths will be sorely tried, their wit often stretched thin and their hearts broken.
A play for all times but especially relevant these days when we live in an era when “nasty woman” is a political rallying cry. The bond between women in Harling’s play is never better.
May 12, 13, 18, 19, 20 at 7:45pm at The Victoria Hall, Hartley Wintney.
Tickets are £16 and include a fish & chips meal. Licensed bar. www.ticketsource.co.uk/hag